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Broth makers.

Columbus, Ohio-based Glory Foods is taking on broth and bouillon cube makers with its Seasoned Cooking Bases, available in chicken, beef and vegetable varieties. The cooking bases are a concentrated paste, with one teaspoon making one cup of a broth the company says is meatier and richer than bouillon cubes or canned broths because it contains less salt and has particulates of onion, pepper and meat bits.


Seasoned Cooking Bases were created because consumers always ask Glory Foods how it seasons its canned greens, says Dan Charna, vice president of operations. "In addition to seasoning greens, our Seasoned Cooking Bases have a wide variety of uses," he tells Grocery Headquarters. "They can be used for anything broth is, including to season water for pasta or rice, and can be mixed with butter to create a rub, or sour cream to make a dip."

Retailing for $4.99, the bases are packaged in 11-ounce plastic jars, six to a case. For more information, visit
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Title Annotation:IN THE AISLES
Author:Turcsik, Richard
Publication:Grocery Headquarters
Date:Dec 1, 2007
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